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From 1 November 2021, a £5 charge will apply for vehicles dropping off passengers at the designated drop-off zones, located directly outside the terminals. Discounts and exemptions will apply. Free drop-off will be available at the Long Stay car parks.

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    Established in 1551 on an island at the confluence of rivers and the ocean, Vitoria is the capital of Espirito Santo state. Vitoria is a handsome port city, with a modern, industrial appeal and beautiful, tranquil beaches. What's left of the original old city can be explored on the island, which is connected to the rest of the metropolitan area by bridges, with the most affluent neighbourhoods situated close to the historical centre.

    Known as capixabas, locals are a warm and welcoming lot, embracing the influx of tourists drawn to the flourishing economy, infrastructure and booming nightlife scene. Vitoria scores highly for quality of life by Brazilian standards, and boasts all the amenities visitors could wish for.

    The best beaches in Vitoria include the beautiful Praia da Costa in neighbouring Vila Velha, and the Canto and Camburi beaches to the north. Other attractions include the ornate Palacio Anchieta, the old Governor's Palace, the meticulously restored Carlos Gomes Theatre and the lovely Pedra da Cebola Park â€' great for a stroll and a picnic.

    Espirito Santo lacks high-profile tourist attractions, but as a result, the state is less crowded, less commercialised and often cheaper than many others in Brazil â€' a good option, therefore, for those seeking an authentic, laid-back and affordable holiday exploring little villages along the coast.

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    Vitoria has a tropical climate and, while it is generally hot, winter (June and August) can get colder than one might expect for the tropics, with temperatures occasionally dropping to about 54°F (12°C) during cold fronts. Equally, even in winter, temperatures can reach 86°F (30°C). Summer highs hover around 90°F (32°C) and winter lows typically average 66°F (19°C). Rainfall is heaviest between October and January, but showers are possible throughout the year. Vitoria is well-protected from the wind and can get quite smoggy as a result.

    Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport
    Location: The airport is located four miles (7km) from Vitoria city centre.
    Time: GMT -3 (GMT -2 between October and February)
    Getting to the city: Urban bus lines 122, 212, and 163 are available to and from the airport to various destinations in and around the city. Taxis are also available at the airport.
    Car Rental: Car rental companies are available at the airport.
    Airport Taxis: Taxi services are available from in front of the Arrivals area.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include a bank, ATMs, car rental outlets, cafes, a restaurant, baggage protection services, shopping, and travel agents.
    Parking Parking at the airport is available.

    Getting around in Vitoria, one of Brazil's smaller cities, is relatively easy. There are comprehensive bus and train networks, and taxis and rental cars are easy to arrange. The railroad that runs through Vitoria connects many of the cities and towns in the region, and is ideal for excursions out of Vitoria.


    No direct flights from Heathrow to this Destination